Robust aggregation protocols for large-scale overlay networks

@article{Montresor2004RobustAP,
  title={Robust aggregation protocols for large-scale overlay networks},
  author={Alberto Montresor and M{\'a}rk Jelasity and {\"O}zalp Babaoglu},
  journal={International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks, 2004},
  year={2004},
  pages={19-28}
}
Aggregation refers to a set of functions that provide global information about a distributed system. These junctions operate on numeric values distributed over the system and can be used to count network size, determine extremal values and compute averages, products or sums. Aggregation allows important basic functionality to be achieved in fully distributed and peer-to-peer networks. For example, in a monitoring application, some aggregate reaching a specific value may trigger the execution of… CONTINUE READING
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